J P Active 1682 : Great and wonderful news from France, : communicated in a letter from Paris, to a gentleman in London, concerning the great designs of that monarch : as also an account of the answers of the embassadors at Frankfort, to the French embassador's propositions lately made there.
J P Cantabr : Rapsōdiōn eutaxia, or, Select poems : being a compendious and methodical remonstrance of such passages in England, as have been most remarkable, as well before as since His Glorious Majesties most happy and joyfull restauration / by J.P. Cantabr.
J P Citizen Of London : A welcom to His Royal Highness, into the city, April the twentieth, 1682 / per J.P., citizen of London.
J P Lover Of His King And Country : Reasons humbly offered to the consideration of the Honourable House of Commons, for lowering the interest of mony, paid into, or out of, the King's Exchequer, to 6l. per cent. per annum, : which will greatly contribute towards the taking off the anticipations on the several branches of the revenue, and pay the King's debts in a short time.
J R A M : Mathesis enucleata, or, The elements of the mathematicks / by J. Christ. Sturmius ; made English by J.R. and R.S.S.
J R Active 1665 : The valiant hearted sea-man; : declaring a late skirmish fought between our English fleet and the Dutch. Wherein the Dutch was worsted, two of the Dutch ships sunk, and two taken as lawful prize, with a very small loss on the English side. The tune is, Lusty Stukely.
J R And Denomy : Mediaeval studies in honor of Jeremiah Denis Matthias Ford.
J R Convert Of Mr Bayss : Religio laici, or, A lay-mans faith : touching the supream head and infallible guide of the church : in two letters to a friend in the country / by J. R. a convert of Mr. Bays's.
J S Captain : Military discipline, or, The art of war : shewing directions for the postures in exercising of the pike and musket, the dragoons, granadeers, and horse : the art of doubling, wheeling, forming, and drawing up a battalion or army into any figure &c. ... all truly represented ... with several prospects and other designs for the practice and exercise of arms / improved and designed by Capt. J.S.
J S John Smith : The true art of angling, or, The best and speediest way of taking all sorts of fresh-water fish with the worm, fly paste, and other baits, in their proper seasons : how to know the haunts of fish, and angle for them in all waters and weathers, at the top, middle, and bottom, baiting of the ground, and night baits, oyls, and oyntments, baits natural and atificial : the several ways of angling, to make oyl of asper, and many rare secrets never before made publick, containing the whole body of angling, and mystery of a compleat angler / by J.S., gent., an brother of the angle.
J S John Stephens : An historical discourse briefly setting forth the nature of procurations : and how they were antiently paid, with the reason of their payment, and somewhat also of synodals and pentecostals : with an appendix in answer to an opposer / by J.S.
J S Minister Of The Word In Lancashire : The infancy of elders : a short treatise composed for vindication of the Christian liberty of freeborne denizens of England, or A refutation of the tyrannicall unlawfull mis-government of our church by lay-elders / written by J.S. minister of the Word in Lancashire.
J T Esq : Poems on several occasions : being the result of idle hours, to please the desire of some friends / written by J.T. Esq.
J T John Taylor : The traytors perspective-glass, or, Sundry examples of Gods just judgments executed upon many eminent regicides, who were either fomentors of the late bloody wars against the King, or had a hand in his death : whereunto is added three perfect characters of those late-executed regicides, viz. Okey, Corbet, and Barkstead : wherein many remarkable passages of their several lives, and barbarous actions, from the beginning of the late wars, to the death of that blessed martyr Charles the first are faithfully delineated / by I.T. Gent.
J T Of Westminster : The hunting of the pox : a pleasant discourse betweene the authour, and pild-garlicke : wherein is declared the nature of the dissease, how it came, and how it may bee cured / by J. T. Westminster.
J V Active 17th Century : A letter from a friend to a loyal subject : where ever he is in England, Scotland, France or Ireland that is wise and faithful, valorous and couragious, for the great honour of God and our royal sovereign, Charles the Second, King of Great Britain / by J.V.
J V C O : Amsterdam: toleration, or no toleration : in a discourse between conformists, non-conformists, papists, Anabaptists, Quakers, &c. In their own words, before a gracious king, about the extent of a Christian indulgence to all dissenters. By J.V.C.O. A friend to men of all religions.
J W Active 17th Century : Englands heroick champion. Or the ever renowned General George Monck, : through whose valor and prudence Englands antient liberties are restored, and a full and free Parliament now to be called, to the great joy of the nation. Let the trump of fame sound forth the name of honorable actions to free this land from factions. Then except of what is meant and pray for a free Parliament. To a pleasant new northern tune.
J W Gent : A poem occasion'd by the general peace / by J.W. Gent.